Oil change (looking for burned oil, metal etc..), tighten belt, check torque of some nuts and bolts. I actually had a leak in a gasket that I wasn't aware of, and they took care of it, n.c. A smart dealer will do a good job, because a seriously overlooked problem could cost them a motor, and could cost you your life. ('course you OL is gonna love the check)
They should check the valve clearances! The Break-In tune up is the most important IMHO. Everbody gets to know each other and clearances can tighten up, things can loosen. After that tune-up its pretty routine!
Instead of doing the v-mod thing on your stock mufflers why don't you get a set of screamin' eagles and do those. That's what I did and I think it worked out much better. The sound is better, there's more HP and you get the screamin' eagles script on the mufflers. You were going to buy a set of SEs anyway, weren't you?
V-Mod those stock pipes, I had mine done about a month ago, and think the sound is great. Much better than the stock pipes, I also have installed the SE filter and am getting ready to install PCMIIIr. It is just a bit cold here to doing any testing right now. Steve is also a wealth of info and definately the go to guy for us V-Rodders. Good luck and ride safe
russbo, don't know how it is going to run it is not on yet. In the single digits temp wise here so havn't bothered working on it to much lately. I just breifly started it to here the pipes. I also installed the iat reloction kit. I think it will run great when all said and done, from all the info I have gotten from this forum.
ps hope business picks up for ya.
Yea, the first service should be done. The thing to be careful on the valves though is they get tighter as the valves wear. What happens is the valves will sit deeper in the valve seats and take up the required clearances and might eventually hang a valve open..